Former 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick learned on Tuesday that he’ll take part in an NFL-organized workout on Saturday in Atlanta, and several NFL teams are expected to have representatives in attendance, despite
Sports personality Stephen A. Smith, one of the biggest stars at ESPN, gave Colin Kaepernick some tough-love advice on how to get his job back. According to a memo obtained by ESPN, all 32 NFL teams were
Eric Reid, a former teammate of Colin Kaepernick’s and current Carolina Panthers defensive back, expressed some skepticism Wednesday about the quarterback’s league-scheduled workout. Reid, who played Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick will have a chance to impress interested NFL teams this weekend at a private workout organized by the league, and according to ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, at least two QB-needy clubs have
The Colin Kaepernick scouting combine is set for Saturday in suburban Atlanta. It's a rather odd form of (potential) rapprochement between the heretofore blackballed quarterback — let's just keep it 100
Several NFL team executives were confused by the league’s decision to arrange a private workout for free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick later this week, according to a report on Tuesday. The league
An NFL front-office executive reportedly believes teams are using Saturday's workout featuring free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick to scout him as a potential signing for the 2020 season, not 2019.
Atlanta (CNN) — At least 10 NFL teams will send personnel to watch Colin Kaepernick's league-arranged workout Saturday, a league source with direct knowledge told CNN on Wednesday. Of the "double-digit"
Former NFL player wonders why Colin Kaepernick is getting a special workout for teams: 'I've definitely been excluded'
Kaepernick is scheduled to work out Saturday for NFL teams in Atlanta After news broke Tuesday that former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick would get an NFL-sanctioned workout for teams in Atlanta on another
On its face value, the NFL’s unique decision to give shunned former Super Bowl quarterback Colin Kaepernick a chance back into the league after almost three years is worth applauding. But here’s the question
“I saw there was a report other teams were interested in Colin but they reached out to the league about it. That’s strange,” Reid told reporters (via ESPN). “They don’t call the league.” “I’ll believe
When you’re the NFL, and you’re the most powerful entity on the face of the earth (OK, at least in professional sports) after making a record $16 billion last season, you can look disingenuous and get